Wolf Tales 11 by Kate Douglas

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The Hunger

They are Chanku, a race of shapeshifters whose bodies hunger for sexual passion and pleasure. Protective of their own, the Chanku have always relied upon their primal instincts to keep their packs safe. . .until now. Tala and Lisa have been kidnapped and no one knows where they are. Mik, AJ and Tinker fear not only for the safety of their mates but for that of their unborn children as well. . .

The Power

Unwilling to concede to the kidnappers' demands, the men summon Anton for help. Devising a daring rescue plan of his own, Anton calls upon all the Chanku to lose themselves in an erotic encounter like never before. As they link together and succumb to complete carnal desire, their sexual energy fills him with a superhuman ability to outmatch even their strongest enemy. . .

Praise for Kate Douglas and her Wolf Tales Novels

"A searing erotic tale that will send your senses reeling." --Cheyenne McCray

"Deliciously erotic, lushly romantic...explores the hot edge of passion!" --Angela Knight

"Heroines we love for their strength...heroes we love for their sensitivity." --Romantic Times

"Definitely NOT for the timid reader. . .Oh, to be Chanku!" --Anne McCaffrey


About Kate Douglas

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Lynn LaFleur can?t imagine ever writing anything except romances. ?I love writing about a man and a woman falling in love. If you enjoy the story I tell enough to smile in places, shed a tear at times, or get a warm and fuzzy feeling, that is my greatest reward.? After living on the West Coast for 21 years, Lynn is back in Texas, 17 miles from her hometown. She works for her small-town newspaper during the day and writes books of romance at night.
Published January 1, 2011 by Kensington Books. 305 pages
Genres: Romance, Science Fiction & Fantasy, Erotica, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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